Which Antiques Roadshow presenter died recently?

Which Antiques Roadshow presenter died recently?

Which Antiques Roadshow presenter died recently?

Graham Charles Lay
He appeared as an expert on other BBC TV antiques programmes such as 20th Century Roadshow, Priceless Antiques Roadshow and Bargain Hunt….Graham Lay.

Graham Charles Lay
Died 27 November 2016 (aged 56)
Occupation Military antiques expert
Years active 1988–2016
Television Antiques Roadshow

Who are the Antiques Roadshow presenters?

Meet the Antiques Roadshow team:

  • The presenter. Fiona Bruce. View Fiona Bruce.
  • Miscellaneous experts. Adam Schoon. View Adam Schoon. Amin Jaffer. View Amin Jaffer.
  • Specialists. Arms & militaria. Bill Harriman. View Bill Harriman. Arms & militaria.
  • The reception team. Barley Roscoe. View Barley Roscoe. Deborah Scott. View Deborah Scott.

How old is Hilary Kay?

64 years (December 16, 1956)
Hilary Kay/Age

What is wrong with David Battie?

Battie suffers from the genetic disorder haemochromatosis and has also developed Type 2 diabetes.

Do Antiques Roadshow appraisers get paid?

Antiques Roadshow appraisers don’t get paid. They don’t even get to expense their travel, if any is required.

Who is Henry Sandon son?

John Sandon
Henry Sandon/Sons

As the son of Henry Sandon, John was surrounded by ceramics from an early age. John joined Phillips Fine Art Auctioneers in 1975 as a junior specialist in the European Ceramics department.

Who is Frances Christie?

Frances Christie is a modern art specialist who first appeared on Antiques Roadshow in 2015. As well as being one of the specialists on Antiques Roadshow, Frances is the Head of Modern and Post-war British Art at art dealer company Sotheby’s.

Who is the glass expert on Antiques Roadshow?

Andy was the first expert on the Antiques Roadshow who specialised in glass….Andy McConnell.

Fact title Fact data
Memorable find: Early 18th century English wine glass

Has David Barby died?

July 25, 2012
David Barby/Date of death

What is the most valuable thing on antiques Roadshow?

The most expensive watch to ever be featured on “Antique Roadshow” is also the most expensive item in the show’s history: a Swiss pocket watch from 1914 that appeared on a 2004 episode. It was appraised for $250,000 at the time. But in 2016, the watch was reappraised for $1.5 million, according to reports.